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Afterall will be at the New York Art Book Fair at the MoMA PS1 this September.
Tate Modern, London
Tate Modern, in conjunction with Afterall, is screening a new print of Hollis Frampton's film (nostalgia), a formal masterpiece, long overlooked and under-studied. Following the screening, Rachel Moore will present a brief talk about the film. Moore is the author of Hollis Frampton: (nostalgia), published by Afterall Books in April 2006.
Screening courtesy of Frampton Estate / LUX.
This event celebrates the launch of the Exhibition Histories series at the Temporary Stedelijk in Amsterdam.
Introduced by Sophie Berrebi (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam) the event will lead into a public interview between Teresa Gleadowe (Afterall Books, London) and Seth Siegelaub (curator, Amsterdam), which will explore key issues in 1960s and 1970s exhibition practice. The afternoon will conclude with a round-table discussion with Charles Esche (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven), Deborah Cherry (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam), Teresa Gleadowe, Ann Goldstein (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam), Christian Rattemeyer (Museum of Modern Art, New York) and Seth Siegelaub, moderated by Sophie Berrebi.
The launch will be held in the Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum, Paulus Potterstraat 13, 1071 CX Amsterdam. Entrance price: € 5.00 + valid ticket to museum.
Red Lion Square Lecture Theatre
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Southampton Row, London
Afterall, in conjunction with Camden Arts Centre, presents a film screening and panel discussion on the occasion of the exhibition 'Bas Jan Ader: All is Falling', and Jan Verwoert's Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous, a new publication by Afterall Books.
The discussion will be chaired by Andrea Phillips, MA Curating, Goldsmiths and will include Theo Tegelaers, De Appel and Jan Verwoert, a critic and writer on contemporary art and cultural theory.
UNIA arteypensamiento and I+CAS will host Publications on (not only) Art: Cultural, Social and Political uses, a symposium on publication, in collaboration with Pablo Lafuente [Afterall], Pauline van Mourik Broekman [Mute] and Joaquín Vázquez [BNV Producciones].
Join us at the Swiss Institute, at 495 Broadway, 3rd floor, for the first launch of the Exhibition Histories series on 5 November 2010. The launch includes a conversation between Lawrence Weiner, Rafael Ferrer and Keith Sonnier, moderated by Christian Rattemeyer.
UNIA arteypensamiento: Movement in the Rank and File: Transfeminism, Queer Feminism, Depathologisation, Non-binary Discourses
UNIA arteypensamiento is holding a conference and seminar, beginning from the need to consolidate and broaden the powers, processes and impulses of feminist movements, bearing in mind their needs and serving their theoretical and operational development.
Central Saint Martins' Professor Anne Tallentire takes the stage in a professorial platform event, giving an overview of her individual and collaborative practices.
Our first joint seminar in our 2018–19 collaboration with Museu de Arte de São Paulo will explore the topic of Art and Decolonization. The seminar will provide a forum where cultural theorists, curators and artists from South America, Africa, the United States and Europe can raise questions and formulate proposals for the reinterpretation of exhibitions and museum collections in non-canonical and decolonised ways.
665 The Lesser Evil
In this seminar, Eyal Weizman will present 'Only the Criminal Can Solve the Crime', chapter three of a trilogy concerned with the political and theological question of the lesser evil. (Chapter one, 'Arendt in Ethiopia', and chapter two, 'The Best of All Possible Walls', will be on display in advance of the lecture.)
Eyal Weizman is an architect based in London, where he is the director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College, University of London. His books include The Lesser Evil (Nottetempo, 2009), Hollow Land (Verso, 2007) and A Civilian Occupation (Verso, 2003). Weizman also co-authored an article on Israel's future colonisation that appeared in Afterall issue 20.